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Carmen-Mihaela Niculescu

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The human being started as a self-educated person, this way managing to improve his living. For his descendants to avoid failures, he started to share his ancestors’ experience. When some people’s knowledge acquirement became big, they were called the sages, and among of them became eventually teachers, that took the role of transmitting the useful information related to life environmental conditions they lived. In time, their needs became more and more complex and their knowledge deeper. In the act of teaching itself, teachers create a shortcut between necessity and solving it, going beyond failures. Obviously, the present society is technologized, where the human being uses technology but he also searches for himself. This quest should be naturally performed with the help of the educator, of the experienced student, so that he could shape the young man and make him feel good with himself and find his place within society. The current education system describes to younger people nothing more than the evolution of science, technique and art, starting with the first trials till our days. What is really mandatory for us is to find a way where the educational system could become again a necessity for a person and not a way to keep very many people busy, while they can be intellectually and psycho-emotionally shaped.

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Matthijs H. M. Hammer

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Alice Mária Bredács

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In this study, we introduce what kind of role is played by psychological immunity and its sub-factors and its factor values in life of the students taking part in the professional training, in their performance at school, in the improvability of the students′ strengths and weaknesses. The target of the research is to renew the methodology of the professional training through becoming acquainted with the students of the new generations more exactly. Since, the new generation has changed and it is still changing even today. Their education - training is getting more and more difficult because we do not know them enough. Teachers say that the knowledge of the students, the level of their education, mainly in the specialised secondary schools, is very low because the series of their failures can be detected and the non-attendance is also typical. Much of the students do not have any relevant prospect for the future after the specialised secondary school; they do not have any targets in the long run. The teachers in the specialised secondary schools observe that students are disinterested, they miss persistence, their control ability is very low, the EQ is decreasing and their self-knowledge is imperfect. All of them can be the source of conflicts.

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Tamás Szimkovics

Education University of Louisville. Retrieved from https://theflippedclassroom.files.wordpress.com/2012/04/johnson-renner-2012.pdf [20.07.2017]. OECD (2015). Students, Computers and Learning: Making the Connection. Paris: OECD Publishing. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1787/9789264239555-en Szimkovics, T., & Bujdoso, Gy. (2016). Design informatics special workgroup in view of learner’s fields of interest is secondary schools of Transcarpathia. In Karlovitz, J. T., & Torgyik, J. (Eds.), Some Issues in Pedagogy and Methodology (pp. 63-69). Komarno

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Natalia Borza

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Verónica C. Cala, Encarnación Soriano-Ayala and Antonio J. González

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Health education in Spanish schools is still considered as a controversial subject, which Educational laws and programs have always faced ambiguously. This report presents adolescents’ opinion about health education in their schools. In particular, which curricular and extracurricular aspects are being developed, and which strengths and problems related to health education they identify in their educational centers. Based on the situational analysis, we make a quick diagnosis of the state in which health education stands, in order to find a starting point for the improvement. We conducted 15 depth interviews with Romanian and Spanish students in 3 teaching centers of the South of Spain. The qualitative analysis of data was carried out using Atlas Ti, version 7. The results show that participants do not consider schools as the main source of health learning, while family, peers and technologies are seen as more significant agents. In secondary schools, most of the information related to health is received through outside educational programs, and it is seen as ineffective because they are partial, merely informative and not continuous over time. The main health problems in secondary schools identified were stress and bullying, and we may consider as relevant the existence of discrimination based on origin or precedence. Furthermore, participants provide an essentialized, stereotyped and inferior vision of health in other foreign continents (Africa) and religions (Islam). Adolescents portrays a School far from health, with a traditional health education model and a biomedical conception of health. This scenario suggest a need to bring back the Perugia School approach based on developing dialectical, praxiological and transcultural methodologies and where students could get involved and participate in their own health learning.

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Sándor Karikó

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Annamária Pakai, András Oláh, Gabriella Farkasné-Buzánczky, Mónika Sélleyné-Gyúró and Éva Brantmüller

diagnosztikájában. Hippocrates , 13 (2), 64-66. Lampek, K., & Kívés, Zs. (2012). Fundamentals of Research Methodology and Biostatical Knowledge. In Oláh, A. (Ed.), Textbook of Nursing Science (pp.177-208). Budapest: Medicina. Müller, A., Erdős, Cs., Molnár, R., & Paulik, E. (2012). Az emlő önvizsgálatával kapcsolatos ismeretek és aktivitás jellemzése a Dél-alföldi Régió 25-64 éves női népességének körében. Védőnő , 22 (5), 12-16. Pakai, A. (2011). A méhnyakrák szűrésen való megjelenés motivációjának a vizsgálata . [PhD thesis]. Budapest: Semmelweis